For large volume orders, feel free to contact us for possible discounts or better shipping rates! This site requires JavaScript to function properly.Please enable JavaScript in your web browser. ECO FEE ADS Please note, the Eco Fee associated with this item is based on the delivery address postal code. The estimated delivery time will be approximately 7 - 10 business days from the time of order. With winter approaching {gasp!}, it’s time to start thinking about being prepared for crazy weather fluctuations. Having a 72 hour kit that is more or less centered around your climate is a pretty smart practice, I think. Bottled waters are a good choice because they are clean and immediately accessible {plan on 1 gallon per person}.
I would add photos, social security numbers, birthdates and hair samples for DNA for each member of the family in case of separation during a major natural or man-made disaster that could result in death. Here in California earthquake country, we remind folks that can openers in emergency kits need to be hand operated.

A grim but good reminder that I’ve never seen elsewhere about hair samples in the earlier comments! If you are making a 72 hour kit you will need 3 gallons of water per person…it is 1 gallon per person per day! Here in Alabama as we approach tornado season, there is a Tax Free Weekend, February 21 -23, for all emergency supplies purchases.
I found some britta water filtration bottles (that have a built in filter) at kmart, maybe place candy, protein bars or something inside when packing (for space saving) since you won’t need them until you finish your bottles of water, but if you finish those and still don’t have access to purified water this might be useful!
I might add pillows, sleep masks, ear plugs and sleep meds, in case you’re housed in a large shelter and are a light sleeper.
Also as a few people have mentioned, the most important, is to make your plan for an emergency, know it and even practice it. Side note: Another great DIY fire starting accelerant is to take your dryer lint and mix with a little bit of petroleum jelly.
It features food and water that is sufficient for 4 people and have a five year shelf-life.
The bandanna is up there in the lists with plastic garbage bags and duct tape when discussing versatility for emergency uses.

This is great for of course sanitizing but it can also be used as an accelerant when trying to start a fire. All of the supplies in the world would not be able to help you if you can not get your family to a safe place and then know how to use the supplies that you do have once you get there.
Works like a charm when you can’t find dry tinder while you are out camping and beats buying fire starting sticks or similar products.
The bandanna can be used as a signal, a band-aid or gauze, a pre-water filter, a sling, a tourniquet and so many more. They have tons of uses such as ponchos, bedding, rain catchers, shelters or for sanitation.

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